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Please share! One more day to crowdsource this bibliography on race and medieval studies (with an emphasis on minority perspectives).
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Annual roundup of Kalamazoo. This covers a lot of ground, but I'm trying my best to capture the energy of a varied conference with its ensuing convos. #Kzoo2016
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My reflections on various conversations unfolding on medievalist social media this week. What lessons can learn from this #FemFog thing, and what proactive steps can we take to change things for the better?
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My thoughts on the #InclusiveSyllabus  convo happening over on twitter. I'll be adding some new tweets to the Storify archive as they appear.
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ICYMI (In Case You Missed It): my idiosyncratic digest of interesting things that happened over the summer. Note the final section (important deadlines and dates for upcoming medievalist events).
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Via +Suzanne Akbari

As we get ready for BABEL 2015 at Toronto, it's a good time to look back at BABEL 2014 at UCSB: what was awesome, what could be done differently, and -- above all -- what we've learned and how we might continue to evolve. Thanks to +Myra Seaman  for having developed the survey, and to +Chris Piuma  for working on the draft report summarizing the survey results -- now available at the Google Doc link below. In the words of one participant, "Always and forever." See you Off the Books! 

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The first in a series of blog posts on ITM about diversity and (medieval) academia. This guest-posting comes to us from Michelle R. Warren.
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